Minor Counties Of English And Welsh Cricket
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that are not afforded
status. The game is administered by the
Minor Counties Cricket Association
which comes under the
England and Wales Cricket Board
(ECB). There are currently twenty teams in minor county cricket: nineteen representing
historic counties of England
, plus the
Wales Minor Counties Cricket Club
. Of the thirty nine historic counties of England, seventeen have a first class
team (the eighteenth first class county is
in Wales), nineteen have a minor county team, while
The last three counties all have associations with another county;
is sometimes considered one of the Minor Counties because even though it has never played within the Minor Counties Championship it has its own individual Cricket Board and played in the
English domestic one-day competition
, between the years 1999 and 2003. The
Isle of Wight
, historically a part of
but now a county in its own right, also has its own individual Cricket Board and has aspirations to play as a Minor County in the future.
The Minor Counties not accorded first-class status formed their own Championship from 1895. In the early years, the results of matches against teams playing insufficient games to qualify for the final table, were...
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